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Netherlands: Asylum seekers to be tested for skin disease MRSA as cases are diagnosed in three provinces

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 28, 2015

Invasion of Europe news…..

Tuberculosis and AIDs are expected in the ‘refugee’ flow into Europe, but now the deadly skin disease MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) is showing up and we learn from the Dutch health service that any asylum seeker needing a hospital visit will be quarantined and tested.

MRSA perhaps more scary than ISIS….

From NL Times:

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MRSA has been diagnosed in ‘refugees’ in northern provinces of Groningen and Drenthe, and in Weert which is in the southern Limburg province.

The National Institute for Public Health and Environment, the RIVM, has decided to quarantine every asylum seeker visiting a hospital and screen them for MRSA. This decision was made after the dreaded hospital bacteria was found in a few refugees in asylum centers in Weert and the provinces of Drenthe and Groningen.

This measure is to prevent a major outbreak of MRSA in refugee centers. “All hospitals have now been informed of the increased risk”, Jaap van Dissel, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Control at the RIVM, said to newspaper AD.

A total of 95 refugees were examined who came in contact with a MRSA patient in Weert. Fifteen percent of them were infected with the bacteria. In the northern provinces it was 10 percent. Under normal circumstances, about 1 percent of the Dutch population carry this bacteria.

MRSA can be very dangerous to people with a weak resistance, such as refugees who traveled for weeks under horrible circumstances. The bacteria is also resistant to most antibiotics, which is why hospitals work very hard to prevent an outbreak.

“Healthy people do not have to be afraid”, Van Dissel said to the newspaper. “If doctors and other care providers in asylum centers stick to the hygiene measures, the chance of it spreading is very small.”

New readers might be interested to know that we have an entire category entitled ‘health issues’ where we have 283 previous posts about refugee and immigrant health archived.

I know there is nothing funny about it, but how often do we hear the Left squawking about how the first Europeans to arrive in the new world brought deadly diseases with them, will we hear one squawk from the “welcoming” Dutch as the invaders from the Middle East and Africa bring diseases to the Netherlands?

All of our ‘Invasion of Europe’ news is here.

6 Responses to “Netherlands: Asylum seekers to be tested for skin disease MRSA as cases are diagnosed in three provinces”

  1. “Healthy people do not have to be afraid”, Van Dissel said to the newspaper. “If doctors and other care providers in asylum centers stick to the hygiene measures, the chance of it spreading is very small.”

    That sounds like a lie to me. If MRSA spreading is small, why do hospitals and home health care services have such a hard time preventing its spread? Pro sports is so afraid of MRSA they suspend any player that has it and don’t allow contact in lockers. Of course, TB is roaring back in Europe and US etc., and it’s antibiotic resistant too. The US actually imports ‘refugees’ that have active TB, AIDS and hundreds of other diseases.

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    • MRSA is the result of the obscene use of antibiotics in hospitals.
      Eat a healthy diet, quit smoking, avoid stress and load yourselves up to the hilt with vitamin C, and wash your hands every time you went to the loo or a shop.

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  3. Another loving gift from ‘Mama Merkel’: Deadly MRSA skin disease for the Netherlands! No need to thank her–just enjoy!

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